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Notice of a forthcoming consultation on the guideline for Neuropathic pain - pharmacological management.......Draft Guideline Consultation.....Please find in the attached PDF (click here for pdf) deta...
Please note that the MACP administrator will be on holiday from Friday 14th June until Monday 8th July 2013 and the office will therefore be closed during this period....
New funding opportunities with the Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation (EME) Programme........National Institute for Health Research currently have a funding opportunity for research into chronic pain. ...
The CSP is calling for nominations to fill vacancies on all its main committees including the Research and Development Committee, the Professional Practice and Service Delivery Committee and the Educa...
Follow us on Twitter..........The MACP is in the process of developing a social media strategy to grow our presence and profile online. We are all keen to involve as many members as possible in this a...
Physiotherapy UK Conference - 11th-12th October 2013, Birmingham International Convention Centre........The MACP have been issued with a unique discount code which entitles 10% of our members a 10% di...
Physical Therapists scope of practice is being challenged in California. comptsig.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/chiropractors-trying-to-steal.html?m=1<http://comptsig.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/chiropractors-...
WCPT E-Update - January 2013 - From the President and Secretary General........Recently a film from the first WCPT Congress held 60 years ago in London came to light. It is a poignant reminder of WCPT...
International Framework for Examination of the Cervical Region for potential of Cervical Arterial Dysfunction prior to Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Intervention.This consensus document presents a clinic...
Members may be interested in this exhibition........................COPA Practice Growth 2013, 6th-7th June 2013, ExCel, London - click here for websiteFrom COPA:We are delighted to introduce COPA Pra...
Department of Allied Health Professions and Midwifery
School of Health and Social Work
0.6 WTE Physiotherapist
The University of Hertfordshire is a leading centre of excellence in the provision of allied health education and training and is the fastest growing UK University of the last three years. We are looking for an enthusiastic and dynamic physiotherapist to deliver and contribute predominately to the postgraduate physiotherapy programmes and inter-professional modules. You will have a masters degree and be a member of the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP) and ideally have experience of supervising Masters students' dissertations and expertise in exercise/sport as well as musculoskeletal practice. Previous experience of higher education teaching would be desirable though not essential.
Programmes are supported by world-class learning resources, comprehensive on site skills facilities and extensive web based resources that can be accessed from office or home.
- Join a friendly, committed and enthusiastic inter-professional team
- Benefit from a flexible and supportive working environment
- Access funding and study leave for continuing professional development
- Gain Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy through attendance on the University's teaching and learning programme
- Access exciting research opportunities
The School is situated within a pleasant, greenfield campus just off the A1(M), with easy access to the M25 and central London. There is an on site crèche facility.
To apply for this challenging and exciting role, you should have a first degree or other recognised qualification in physiotherapy, a higher degree as well as Membership of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy or other professional body. Membership of the MACP and the HCPC is essential.
For an informal discussion, please contact Karen Beeton, Head of Department
Tel: 01707 284114 or
For further information (click here) and please also see
Closing Date: 23rd June 2013
King's College London
School of Medicine
Division of Health and Social Care Research
Academic Department of Physiotherapy
TEACHING FELLOW IN PHYSIOTHERAPY - PART TIME (0.5 FTE)
Applications are sought from suitably qualified and experienced individuals for this post, the primary focus of which is:
- To contribute to the Department's teaching and administration
- To foster transition of knowledge and skills between the College and Practice settings on pre-and post-registration programmes, principally through support of practice based education;
- To undertake scholarly activity related to their field of expertise;
Within the Department, the main programmes are the BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy, MSc in Physiotherapy (pre-registration) and MSc in Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy (MACP approved). MACP membership is desirable.
More information is available at:
The closing date for application is 3rd June 2013. Interviews will be held in early June 2013.
British Society for Performing Arts Medicine (BAPAM) - www.bapam.org.uk
The British Association for Performing Arts Medicine (BAPAM) is a charity and the only organisation specialising in the medical management of performing artists - actors, dancers, musicians and singers. The London clinic has been established for 28 years and is continually expanding. There are also clinical services in Bath, Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Birmingham, Newcastle and Portsmouth. These performers need the services of Chartered Physiotherapists who are MACP members, who as clinical specialists will have to solve some unusual clinical presentations.
If you would like to work with these people, particularly in London, Gray's Inn Road please email Clare Hicks (email@example.com) or call BAPAM on 020 7404 5888 for more information.
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